Marilyn Moore

Marilyn Moore (1931-1992) was an American jazz singer during the 1950s. She recorded one solo album, "Moody Marilyn Moore" (Bethlehem, 1957). Her vocal style was similar to Billie Holiday's, and according to jazz critic Will Friedwald, Holiday and Moore were friends. She was the first wife of saxophonist Al Cohn (who played on "Moody Marilyn Moore") and the mother of guitarist Joe Cohn.



Marilyn Moore - Moody album art Marilyn Moore Moody (Album) Bethlehem Records US 1959 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

731 Marilyn Moore - Playboy album art Marilyn Moore Playboy(7") Crosstown Records (5) 731 US 1960 Sell This Version


CD AFF 763 Marilyn Moore - Sophisticated Ladies album art Betty Roche*, Marilyn Moore Betty Roche*, Marilyn Moore - Sophisticated Ladies(CD, Album, Comp) Affinity CD AFF 763 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
FSR-CD 711 Marilyn Moore - Moody / Oh, Captain! album art Marilyn Moore Moody / Oh, Captain!(CD, Comp, RM) Fresh Sound Records FSR-CD 711 Spain 2012 Sell This Version